Street Department

Street Department functions including those of Streets, Refuse, Traffic and Towing divisions as well as permits issued by the Director's office.

Director Stephen J. Runde, P.E.

Director of Streets
1900 Hampton
St. Louis, MO 63139

Announcements

St. Louis Wharf Vending District Public Notice
Information for bidders and Request for Proposal (RFP) bidding form is now available.
News/Announcement | Department of Streets | 02/16/2017

Trash Pick-up Schedule Change for the President's Day Holiday
The City of St. Louis Refuse Division would like to remind residents that the trash/recycling collection schedule for roll carts will be adjusted.
Press release | Refuse Division | 02/09/2017

Street Tweets


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Sections

Towing Division
The City of St. Louis Towing Division's goal is to improve the safety of the City's streets by removing vehicles that are illegally parked, abandoned, or that are impeding the flow of traffic

Recycling Program
Find City recycling services, drop-off locations, submit requests for recycling service and file complaints. Follow links for www.stlcityrecycles.com to learn what goes in your blue recycling bin and beyond.

Traffic & Lighting Division
The City of St. Louis Traffic Division maintains traffic signals, traffic signage, traffic painting and striping, and street lighting.

Refuse Division
The Refuse Division is responsible for collection and disposal of residential waste and also coordinates efforts to reduce the amount of waste going to landfills, such as recycling, composting, and waste reduction.

Street Division
The Street Division is responsible for street maintenance such as patching potholes, snow plowing, and street sweeping along with street lighting, street signs, and traffic signals

We Partner With

St. Louis Post-Dispatch The Road Crew- Live Chat , hosted on Wednesdays at 1 pm
Great Rivers Greenway 
Bike St. Louis
MODOT - St. Louis Region
Get Around STL

Services

If you see a condition you feel needs to be checked out by one of our crews,  please submit your request by selecting the appropriate link:

50-50 Sidewalk Program
Blocking Right of Way Permits
Bulk and B.O.A.T (Batteries-Oil-Appliances-Tires) Item Pick-up and Disposal
Christmas Tree Recycling
Excavation Permits
Hazardous Household Waste and Electronics Disposal
Overdimensional Transportation Permits
Potholes - Report to Street Dept.
Recycling Program Requests and Report Problems
Report a Problem with a Street, Sidewalk or Alley
Report a Problem with Street Signs or Street Painting
Report a Problem With Trash, Debris and Containers
Report a Traffic Signal Problem
Report Abandoned or Derelict Cars
Report Street Lighting Problem
Request Bike Rack Purchase and Installation
Residential Refuse Collection Rules
Residential Refuse Drop Off
Sewer Lateral Repair Program
Single Stream Recycling for Residents
Street Cleaning-Sweeping
Towing - Retrieval of a Towed Car

News

Trash Pick-up Schedule Change for the President's Day Holiday
The City of St. Louis Refuse Division would like to remind residents that the trash & recycling collection schedule for roll carts will be adjusted.

Trash Collection Schedule Adjusted to Accomodate Veteran's Day
Yard waste and roll cart collection schedules will be changed

St. Louis Wharf Vending District Public Notice
City of St. Louis, St. Louis Development Corporation and Great Rivers Greenway seeks information from bidders on the privilege of selling merchandise, prepared foods, beverages, and other miscellaneous products at various public wharf locations

Sharing the Road
A guide to assist driver's in safely navigating roads shared with pedestrians and bicyclists.

Recycle Christmas Trees at Three City Parks
Forest Park, O'Fallon Park, Carondelet Park Accepting Bare Christmas Trees until Friday, January 13, 2017

Loop Trolley Parking Restrictions Along Delmar
The Loop Trolley promotes safety and awareness with new safety flyer as trolley testing begins.

Kozney-Wagner Inc - Kingshighway Bridge Reconstruction
Audit Report

Kingshighway Bridge Project
The 75-year-old Kingshighway bridge between Southwest/Vandeventer and Shaw Blvd closed on July 6, 2015 for reconstruction. The new bridge is scheduled to reopen to vehicle traffic only by April 2017, with all remaining work (landscaping, hardscaping, sidewalks, etc) finished several months after April 2017.

Kingshighway Bridge Progress Continues; Partial Opening Scheduled for April 2017
Four lanes of Kingshighway open by May 2017; Full opening targeted for July 2017

Kingshighway Bridge Photos June 2016
Kingshighway Bridge Construction Progress Photos

Kingshighway Bridge October 2016
Kingshighway Bridge Aerial Views October 2016

Kingshighway Bridge FAQ
Details regarding the Kingshighway Bridge between Shaw and Southwest/Vandeventer

Kingshighway Bridge Detour
Details of detour routes during bridge closure. July 6, 2015 - April 2017

Kingshighway Bridge December 2016
Photos of the Kingshighway Bridge taken on December 30, 2016.

Kingshighway Bridge April-Sept 2016
Kingshighway Bridge Aerial Views April 2016

Kingshighway Bridge 2015 Oct-Nov
Photos of demolition and reconstruction of Kingshighway bridge

Kingshighway Bridge 2015 Dec - 2016 Mar
Photos of Kingshighway Bridge demo and reconstruction

Kingshighway Bridge 2015 Aug-Sep
Photos of Kingshighway Bridge demo and reconstruction

City of St. Louis Winter Operations in Effect Through Weekend
Emergency Operations Center Activated Ahead of Predicted Ice Storm

Contact Information

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Phone: (314) 647-3111
Fax: (314) 768-2888

Hours:
Monday thru Friday, 8:00 - 4:30

Address:
1900 Hampton
St. Louis, Missouri 63139

Turn East at the signal immediately North of I-44. Follow the road through 1900 Hampton gate at the bottom of the hill. Turn left at the flag pole, follow the signs to Street Dept - Permit Office.

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